Many women and men in recent years have opted for organic cosmetics, as they represent both an environmentally friendly alternative and a wise choice for skin health.
Organic cosmetics are formulated with vegetable raw materials from organic farming, which also means that organic ingredients must always be accompanied by a valid certification that verifies their safety.
What is the difference between organic cosmetics and natural products?
Natural and organic cosmetics are made from raw materials, work with natural processes and are not tested on animals. These cosmetics must not contain:
- Synthetic dyes derived from petroleum
Organic cosmetics are products containing ingredients of vegetable origin but are grown biologically and without using synthetic elements or GMOs.
To be defined as organic, a cosmetic must contain a minimum of 95% organic ingredients and there must be no compounds of petroleum origin, paraffin, pesticides, formaldehyde and dyes of synthetic origin. Organic cosmetics are not only such in composition but also in packaging, as they are all made with recyclable and biodegradable materials.
Choosing an organic, private label cosmetic product means preserving your skin from premature ageing caused by chemicals, of which all the others on the market, i.e. non-organic, are composed.
Organic cosmetics are safe and effective because they help you to look beautiful and at the same time keep your skin healthy.
How do I recognise an organic cosmetic?
Organic skincare manufacturers formulate their products with vegetable raw materials, coming from organic farming, which also means that the ingredients – must always be accompanied by a valid certification that verifies their origin, safety and sustainability.
Always check the label before start taking care of your skin, using organic cosmetics.